French first lady claims court victory in privacy battle

Paris court awardsValérie Trierweiler €10,000 in damages after ruling that a book about her love life breached her right to privacy.

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France’s Tribunal de Grande Instance ordered the authors of “La Frondeuse,” or "The Rebel", to pay Valérie Trierweiler €10,000 on Wednesday after upholding her complaint that content in the book infringed upon her right to privacy, reports FRANCE 24.